Hey guys, so i have HSRP configured on two routers and its working just fine, the thing is the two routers are connected to a switch and i have two pcs connected (Pcs running PBX) to the switch. I want to configure NAT portforwarding so that when the softphones that are on the other end of the network try and register to a PBX it uses the Virtual HSRP address, and then NAT sees the address being called s it then forwards it to a specific IP adddress? Is that even possible?
From the diagram it's not clear why do you need NAT into HSRP address!
If you use static NAT no both of the devices into single IP-address (not equal to HSRP or any real IP-address assigned); this would work... at the same time each HSRP switchover would result in session loss.
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